Mazda spotlights design with LA debuts

Attention to detail makes a powerful statement about both the new models on display and the Mazda brand itself.

Mazda is putting a clear focus on design at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, which sees the debut of its all new CX-3 crossover as well as an update on its iconic MX-5. Ikuo Maeda, Mazda Global Design Chief; Derek Jenkins, Director of Design, Mazda North America; and Kevin Rice, Director of Design, Mazda Europe shared their thoughts on what goes into translating Mazda's own Kodo design philosophy into its vehicles.

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